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I am the founder of the award-winning social enterprise The Drive Project.
Driven by the belief that theatre can empower the individual, I developed a theatre recovery programme (‘Bravo 22 Company’) for wounded, injured and sick service personnel that was designed to not only improve the confidence, self-esteem and motivation of those on their recovery pathway, but to give them a platform to use their voice. Their debut performance ‘The Two Worlds of Charlie F,’ opened at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in January 2012 earning 5-star reviews, the Amnesty Award for Freedom of Expression, patron support from Ray Winstone, partnership with the Ministry of Defence and a documentary called ‘Theatre of War’ was created about it for BBC1’s Imagine series. Most importantly, it helped to change the lives of the soldiers taking part, taking them from their “dark place” to restoring their pride, confidence and motivation.
Today, we produce award-winning creative projects that support individuals and reach a huge public audience, and for businesses we deliver transformative training and talks built to inspire, empower and motivate.
JOB TITLE: Founder and Managing Director
INDUSTRY: Education & Training
CATEGORY: HR - Generalist
Founder and Managing Director
The Drive Project
September 2015 - Present | London
University of Leeds